No, You Should Not Just Set Up Your Hammock On Your Neighbor’s Porch Without Asking
All right, folks, I need to talk to you about something. This one-day-deal on hammocks is presented with the following copy:
Hammocks are a great way to meet people in your neighborhood. Just go to a neighbor’s porch, set up a hammock, and then wait for them to come talk to you. We know from experience that they’re bound to have a few questions!
Do they just think I’ll be so enthralled by the – admittedly great – prices on hammocks that I’m going to forget they are telling you to trespass on your neighbor’s property? Don’t do that, people. Anyway, 11 hammocks are on sale and the best deals are on these two:
The first one up there is also available in both green and grey, while the second one also comes in “blue/bright green” and “dark khaki/green.” Why did I post the red versions of them? I have no idea.
Check out the entire deal to see the other hammock options as well. Just promise me you won’t set any of them up on your neighbor’s front porch.
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